Sabbath 11/11/36/120

Dear Friends,

The introduction of the Binitarian doctrines involved in the worship of the god Attis came in from Rome in the last half of the Second Century CE.  We dealt with the heresies in the NT Church in the text Heresy in the Apostolic Church (No. 089).  These heresies were from Gnostic doctrines in the First Century.  It was only in the second century that the Binitarianism of the Sun and Mystery Cults entered the church from Rome with the worshippers of the god Attis entering Christianity and corrupting its doctrines. These doctrines were involved in the worship of Attis, Adonis, Osiris, Baal ,and Mithraism as Sol Invictus Mithra as the secret version in the Roman Army.  The procedures they used are examined in the paper Binitarian and Trinitarian Misrepresentation of the Early Theology of the Godhead (No. 127B)

The Churches of God were able to withstand these influences over the centuries but they were severely depleted by them and by the Reformation which was deemed necessary, not by the Protestants, but by the Roman Catholics themselves as they were being cut to pieces by the Churches of God and the RC immorality of their priesthood. Luther was necessary to the Roman Catholics to stop the Trinity from being destroyed along with the disaffected of the RC Church.  The same was done to the Anabaptists by the Roman priest Menno Simons who stopped further bleeding of the Trinitarian groups there in what became the Mennonites.  Each revolution in the Trinitarian system a new heresy has been started to combat the increase of the Sabbatarian Churches of God.  The last emergence was among the SDAs and the COG (SD) and the emergence of the RADIO COG which evolved into the WCG under Armstrongism and the subsequent Ditheist and Binitarian heresies.  As in all previous heresies of note the Binitarian elevation of Christ above the council of the elohim had to be implemented to move the church along the heretical lines towards Trinitarianism.  The first step is to assert that Genesis 1:26 refers to God the Father and Jesus Christ rather than the Council of the Elohim of the Bible.

The modern Bible has been corrupted in large degree by Trinitarian apologists that forge additions or used mistranslations with the attempt to deceive and hence they commit fraud.  Genesis 1:26 reads: And Elohim said let us create man (Adam) in our image. The plural here is then used by Binitarians/Ditheists to refer to two beings as a plurality.  That was done by the worshippers of Attis and with every other attack on the Church of God since. Let us look at Bullinger's treatment of the creation issue which we have published before (cf.Companion Bible App. 5).  The following text is from Creation versus Evolution (No. B9).  Remember there is One True God Eloah who created the heavens and the earth.  His first act of Creation was to create the Holy Spirit and then to create the elohim which he became all in all through the Holy Spirit as Ha Elohim or The God as Elohim.  This is Bullinger's emphasis on the creation by God.

This Is Appendix 5 From The Companion Bible.

The Introduction to Genesis (and to the whole Bible) Genesis 1:1-2:3, ascribes everything to the living God, creating, making, acting, moving, and speaking. There is no room for evolution without a flat denial of Divine revelation. One must be true, the other false. All God's works were pronounced "good" seven times (see Appendix 10), videlicet: Genesis 1:4,10,12,18,21,25,31. They are "great," Psalm 111:2. Revelation 15:3. They are "wondrous," Job 37:14. They are "perfect," Deuteronomy 32:4. [Eloah is identified from Deut 32].

Man starts from nothing. He begins in helplessness, ignorance, and inexperience. All his works, therefore, proceed on the principle of evolution. This principle is seen only in human affairs: from the hut to the palace; from the canoe to the ocean liner; from the spade and ploughshare to machines for drilling, reaping, and binding, etc. But the birds build their nests to-day as at the beginning. The moment we pass the boundary line, and enter the Divine sphere, no trace or vestige of evolution is seen. There is growth and development within, but no passing, change, or evolution out from one into another. On the other hand, all God's works are perfect.
In the Introduction to Genesis (chapter 1:1-2:3) forty-six times everything is ascribed to direct acts and volitions on the part of God as the Creator (see Appendix 4. I.)

God (or He) created
God moved
God said
God saw
God divided
God (or He) called

Brought forward =

God (or He) made God set
God blessed
God ended
He rested
He sanctified


6 times (1:1,21,27,27,27; 2:3)
1 once (1:2).
10 times (1:3,6,9,11,14,20,24,26,28,29).
7 times (1:4,10,12,18,21,25,31,)
2 twice (1:4,7)
5 times (1:5,5,8,10,10).


7 times (1:7,16,25,31; 2:2,2,3).
1 once (1:17).
3 times (1:22,28; 2:3).
1 once (2:2).
2 twice (2:2,3).
1 once (2:3).


It will be noted that the word "God" (Elohim, see Appendix 4. I.) occurs in this Introduction thirty-five times (7 x 5), the product of 7 and 5, the numbers of spiritual perfection, and grace. (See Appendix 10.)

There are also ten words connected with the word "God"; this is the number of ordinal perfection (Appendix 10).

There is only one verb used alone with the pronoun "He", instead of "God", and that is the verb "rested". This makes eleven in all ; for the significance of which see Appendix 10.

The word "and" is repeated 102 times : thus, by the figure Polysyndeton (Appendix 6), marking and emphasising each separate act as being equally independent and important.

Evolution is only one of several theories invented to explain the phenomena of created things. It is admitted by all scientists that no one of these theories covers all the ground ; and the greatest claim made for Evolution, or Darwinism, is that "it covers more ground than any of the others."
The Word of God claims to cover all the ground : and the only way in which this claim is met, is by a denial of the inspiration of the Scriptures, in order to weaken it. This is the special work undertaken by so-called "Higher Criticism", which bases its conclusions on human assumptions and reasoning, instead of on the documentary evidence of manuscripts, as Textual Criticism does.

We have examined this function in the text How God became a Family (No. 187) as follows:

The Physical Creation
God purposed the next phase of the creation. He intended to produce a physical creation in which the spirit was able to confine and control the nature of existence. He did this so that another phase or teaching medium could be given to the sons of God. From this medium they could learn both obedience and faith in their Father.

God began the physical creation. With the finger of His mind He willed the spirit to begin a process of adjustment so that a solid realm could be created from that which was invisible and immaterial. This was achieved in the following way. The immaterial spirit was placed in relation to itself by rotation at speed and by force. This aspect determined distance between the substructure and hence gave it varying properties. From this arrangement of rotating spirit, the sub-atomic system was created.

This initial process was so intense and so dense by its proximity to itself. We understand this process as the Big Bang or the point of origin of the physical universe. This origin of the universe emanated from God as His product using the relativity of the spiritual creation, which is not seen (Heb. 1-3). The things that are seen are temporal. The things that are unseen are eternal (2Cor. 4:18). Countless ages later, punier minds would look back and see this process and determine by mathematics what they would call phase-space-volume selection. They would know that the origin of the physical universe had to be from one point only and no other. They would determine numerically that this phase-space-volume was 10 to the 10th power to the 123rd power. This number was so big it could not be written down in the normal way, even by putting a zero on all sub-particles of matter in the universe. This merely demonstrates that it could only have been confined to the one place and one place only; namely, the point at which God chose to originate the universe.

From this activity, God became the creator and sustainer of the heavens, the Earth and all things therein (Gen. 1:1; Neh. 9:6; Ps. 124:8; Isa. 40:26,28; 44:24; Acts 14:15; 17:24-25; Rev. 14:7).

The spiritual force used to create this material creation moved at such power and speed that it began the expanding universe. It needed to separate sufficiently far enough so that it could reorient itself as atoms and molecules of varying weights and complexity such that solids, liquids and gases became possible. As the matter joined in varying concentrations, so the galaxies were formed. Within the galaxies, matter re-concentrated to a sufficient density such that systems were formed and at critical mass they were ignited. This ignition was from nuclear reactions, which released the power of the sub-structure of the spirit within controlled sequences. In the physical beginning, God created the heavens and the Earth (Gen. 1:1).

The sons of God were divided into administrative systems. The universe was divided into four sectors (or quadrants). These were placed under a Being represented as a Living Creature. Each of the sectors was of three systems, with two of the Council to a system. In this way, there were twenty-four Elders in the Council with the four Living Creatures and the first-begotten or prototokos. At this time, the rebellion had not taken place and Azazel was the second anointed one as Covering Cherub.

The purpose of the physical creation was unfolded as a mystery. The sons of God had to proceed by faith. The capacity of creation was allowed to the sons of God as part of the Council of the Elohim (Gen. 1:26). The sons of God were assembled and sang for joy at the creation of this planet by Eloah. The systems had been placed under Morning Stars as leaders.

Job 38:4-7  "Where were you when I laid the foundation of the earth? Tell me, if you have understanding. 5  Who determined its measurements -- surely you know! Or who stretched the line upon it? 6  On what were its bases sunk, or who laid its cornerstone, 7  when the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy? (RSV)

The entire universe had been placed under a system of government and order that we see mirrored later in the Tabernacle of the Hebrews (Heb. 8:5). Azazel was made Morning Star or Light Bearer for this planet (Isa. 14:12) and He was made elohim of this planet (2Cor. 4:4). Messiah is the Morning Star or Day Star designated to replace him (Num. 24:17; 2Pet. 1:19; Rev. 2:28; 22:16).

This planet was populated with created beings that were not based on our mammalian system. The Morning Star in charge of this planet produced a life system based on a reptilian system, which appears to have had some remarkable capacities. Intelligent life as we know it is thought by modern science to be only capable within plus or minus two million years of the life of the main star systems. We see from our excavation of the past that humanoids began to appear on this planet quite recently in the life of the system. What we would class as humanoids, as opposed to human-like primates, are very recent. 100,000 years ago the Neanderthals appeared and they were replaced about 40,000 years ago with another system much like ours.

At some stage in this structure, God revealed in part to His sons what the purpose of the physical creation would be. The full mystery was withheld from them and only revealed much later through the Church (1Pet. 1:12). Some of these Beings did not exercise faith in the Father and rebelled. Azazel took one third of the Host in this rebellion. At least until the time of Job, all of the sons of God had access to the Throne of God, and Satan was among them (Job 1:6; 2:1). Each of these beings was created with free will and hence the capacity to sin. Azazel exercised free will to oppose human creation and became known as Satan-el and then lost the el suffix and became Satan as accuser of the brethren

The exact nature of the rebellion seems to have involved a devastation of this planet and is probably the intent of the passage in Genesis 1:1-2. The planet had to be refurbished and a man created that could unfold the next sequence of the Plan of God. This was the Adamic creation. This man was in the image of God so that the Spirit could be given to him. The sons of God during this entire phase were not, and could not, be classed as angels. The category did not commence until after the creation of Adam, as until that time there was no need for such a category of being; namely, a messenger. For until such time as there existed a recipient of a message, there could be no messenger.

With the creation of the Adamic system came rebellion and sin. Azazel sinned in his attitude, and the sons of God with him sinned in their relationship with humans.

During this phase of the fall, we see the creation of the Nephilim or the Rephaim (see the paper The Nephilim (No. 154)).

The sons of God sinned in this and in a later process (Jude 6).

The creation of the Neanderthals, Cro-Magnons and the Rephaim or Nephilim involved a period of 100,000 years. No resurrection is accorded to Neanderthals, the Cro-Magnon, the Rephaim or the Nephilim (Isa. 26:13-14; cf. the paper The Resurrection of the Dead (No. 143); The Nephilim (No. 154) and The Fall of Egypt  (No. 36): the Prophesy of Pharaoh's Broken Arms.

At some stage in this process, a destruction of the planet took place. The creation of Genesis 1:1 became tohu and bohu or without form and void. The text in Genesis 1 is also of the generations of the heavens and the Earth. Each generation is represented by a day as we see from the narrative. Yet it is plainly called a generation (Heb. toledâh SHD 8435 from SHD 3205) in the plural only, which means a descent or family, hence, a history and thus birth or generations. This word is quite unlike dôr (SHD 1755), which is the word usually used for generations and meaning a revolution of time. Thus the concept is made of a history of descent, as also in a family.

The story of Genesis says clearly that the creation of the herbs and trees was in the third day and restated in the sixth day after all living creatures. This creation and placement in the heavens was before the Sixth day.  This indicated we are looking at a recreation. We know beyond doubt from the fossil record that the account here is not in accordance with the development of the planet over the millions of years of its life history. This account can only be one of the regeneration of the planet and is the re-creation referred to in John 1:10 that was undertaken by the Logos or prototokos. This could only have been consequent to a destruction. Moreover, this Being appeared to Adam and Eve. We know that John 1:18 says that: "No man has seen God ever". The only born God (monogenes theos), that one being in the bosom of the Father, spoke (see Marshall's Greek-English Interlinear RSV).

Genesis 6:2 states that the sons of God bred with the daughters of men.
Genesis 6:2  the sons of God saw that the daughters of men were fair; and they took to wife such of them as they chose. (RSV)

The New Oxford Annotated Bible RSV says in the footnote to this verse – 2: "The sons of God were divine beings who belonged to the heavenly court (1.26 n.). 3: Despite the lustful intrusion of divine beings into the human sphere, man did not become semi-divine (compare 3.22-24) but remained a mortal creature in whom the Lord's spirit dwells temporarily (see 2.7 n.)." Thus, the Nephilim could not attain to the resurrection and the Holy Spirit.

The Trinitarians insist that John 1:10 refers to the original creation and, because it is in conflict with Revelation 4:11 and Ephesians 3:9 (RSV), they then claim the Trinity is established as a fact. The illogic of this position has then placed them at odds with the historical record. They are then faced with acknowledging the evolution theory because of the conflict. The Catholic Church formally adopted the theory of evolution in 1996 rather than give up the false doctrine of the Trinity (see also the paper Arche of the Creation of God as Alpha and Omega (No. 229).

In order to elevate Christ as the creator the Binitarians and later Trinitarians had to falsify the texts by forgery and mistranslation.  They did that firstly in the primary messianic text of John chapter 1.  This mistranslation and the misrepresentation is crucial to their false theology. It is examined in the paper The Pre-existence of Jesus Christ (No. 243).

The Bible is clear that there was only one True God and that He sent Jesus Christ (Jn. 17:3). The Bible also declares that no man has ever seen Him or ever can see Him, and He dwells in unapproachable light. He alone is immortal (1Tim. 6:16) (see the paper On Immortality (No. 165)). This aspect is further examined below. In this respect, Christ is not pre-existent in the same way God existed. God was alone in His abiding perpetuity. Nevertheless, the Bible is equally specific that Christ had pre-existence as a spiritual being before the foundation of the earth.
The apostle John wrote of Christ and declared, in narrative form, his pre-existence. John 1:1 is rendered by Trinitarians as:

John 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. (KJV)

We know this to be an incorrect translation from the Peshitta and the way in which the ancient texts were used. The Peshitta shows that to be so, even through Lamsa's translation, which in trying to conform to the Trinitarian position renders the text as:

The Word was in the beginning, and that very Word was with God; and God was that Word.

This shows the different word structure of the last clause. The Concordant Literal New Testament shows the actual literal meaning of the words and their structure from the Greek. The actual words are in bold; the words supplied for the English text are in normal type.

In the beginning was the word and the word was toward God, and God was the word. This was in the beginning toward God.

The text speaks of the relationship and orientation of devotion of Jesus Christ towards God. This text continues in John 1:2. All came into being through it, and apart from it not even one thing came into being which has come        into being

Thus, the first text here speaks of the logos as the word. In biblical times they called it the Memra; logos being a Greek term and memra being the Hebrew term for the word of God, as it was understood from the Old Testament. Radical Unitarians, i.e. those who deny the pre-existence of Christ beyond Mariam (or Mary) claim that this was not Christ but a notional form of the power of God as His divine utterance. John chapter 1 however, explains this view in greater detail, which would preclude this interpretation.

The text in John 1:3 uses the word "was" which means came into being and refers to the details of the physical creation. John 1:10 shows that Christ was responsible as the true light that lights every man that comes into the Kosmos (not world). The Kosmos was made by him. That refers to the detail of the Age. And the Kosmos knew him not. He gave to all that received him the right to become Children of God. These were born of God V. 13. The Memra or Logos became flesh and tabernacled among us. His glory was of an only begotten from a Father.

John speaks of John the Baptist (quoting again from the Concordant Literal New Testament text) from John 1:6-14.

There came to be a man commissioned by God His name was John. This one came for a testimony, that he should be testifying concerning the light, that all should be believing through it. Not he' was the light, but he came that he should be testifying concerning the light. It was the true light - which is enlightening every man - coming into the world.

In the world, He was, and the world came into being through Him, and the world knew Him not. To his own He came, and those who are His own accepted Him not. Yet whoever obtained Him, to them he gives the right to become children of God, to those who are believing in His name, who were begotten, not of bloods, neither of the will of the flesh, neither of the will of a man, but of God. And the Word became flesh and tabernacles among us, and we gaze at His glory, a glory as of an only begotten from the Father, full of grace and truth.

There is no indefinite article (i.e. a) in the Greek and it must be deduced and applied. This is the problem in the text in John 1:1. Many translators consider it should apply in John 1:1 and translate it and the word was a God. This view has merit as we will see from John 1:18 and other texts. In any case, John 1:1 is incorrect as we see it normally. The correct translation even if the word order is preserved involves the concept of towards and not with as is taught by Trinitarians.

The use here of capitals for Him etc. are A E Knoch's additions as the uncials were all capitals and so no such distinction is really possible. The text is retained as he translated it.

The Radical Unitarians attempt to place this text as an example of the notional power of God becoming flesh rather than a being becoming flesh. This is the heart of their error.

John the Baptist spoke of Jesus Christ as being before him. There is another alteration to the ancient texts in the Greek Receptus or Received Text of the Reformation, and hence the KJV, as we see from this next section.

John 1:15-18 John bare witness of him, and cried, saying, This was he of whom I spake, He that cometh after me is preferred before me: for he was before me. 16 And of his fulness have all we received, and grace for grace. 17 For the law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ. 18 No man hath seen God at any time; the only begotten Son, which is in the bosom of the Father, he hath declared him. (KJV)

John clearly says Christ was before him. Yet John we know was six months older than Christ and it was physically impossible for Christ to have been before him. Thus, John speaks of a pre-existence. This pre-existence was as a god, an elohim, or theoi, as we know from the ancient texts and was altered in the Receptus. The Concordant Literal renders the texts as:

John is testifying concerning Him and has cried, saying, "This was He of Whom I said, 'He Who is coming after me, has come to be in front of me,' for He was first before me." for of that which fills him we all obtained, and grace for grace. For the law through Moses was given; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ. God no one has ever seen. The only-begotten God, Who is in the bosom of the Father, He unfolds Him.

The text here shows the structure of the text regarding John saying Christ was before him. The text in John 1:18 is actually monogenes theos meaning only born God and this is demonstrated from Marshall's Greek English Interlinear. (It is also seen from the Aramaic of the Peshitta). Dr Hort has written a learned treatise on the occurrence of this term monogenes theos (On The Words Monogenes Theos in Scripture and Tradition (B4); cf. also the paper On Immortality (No. 165)). There is ample evidence that the term is correct. It is simply ignored by mainstream Christianity and the Binitarians who seek to deny the implications of the text.

Ephesians 3:9 might be used to argue pre-existence.

Ephesians 3:9 And to make all men see what is the fellowship of the mystery, which from the beginning of the world hath been hid in God, who created all things by Jesus Christ: (KJV, emphasis added)

However, the words by Jesus Christ do not exist in the ancient texts and are a later insertion in the KJV from the Receptus and do not appear in other Bibles (see the note to v. 9 in the Companion Bible).

Hebrews 1:1 in the KJV makes note of the creation of the world by Christ also.

Hebrews 1:1-2 God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets, 2 Hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the worlds; (KJV, emphasis added)

In like fashion, this text has also been mistranslated because the word is aion and means age not the worlds as the English of the KJV tries to imply (cf. Companion Bible note to v. 2). Christ was made a little lower than the angels, but it was not always so. Hebrews 2:17 shows he was made like his brethren so that he might be a merciful and faithful high priest.

The Messiah declared his pre-existence also in a number of texts.

In John 5:37 we see that the Father sent Christ and Christ declares that no man has seen God or heard His voice at any time. So, the two witnesses of John declare that no one has seen God, yet the term elohim is used of the being that spoke to the patriarchs and the prophets of the Old Testament. If this being was not the one true God, who was it?

We will see that it could only have been Christ, but it was called consistently and clearly throughout the Old Testament the Angel of Yahovah and we will find evidence in the New Testament of this terminology also.

There is another aspect of being sent that needs examination.

John 13:3 Jesus knowing that the Father had given all things into his hands, and that he was come from God, and went to God; (KJV)

Here the term come from God is argued as being simply that of being begotten as a zygote in Mariam's womb by Radical Unitarians. Conversely, Binitarians argue it as a form of separation from the one true God. This view entered the Christian Church originally as a form of Binitarian ism and hence Modalism, coming from the heathen worship of the god Attis. The adherents of the worship of Attis originally held the aspects of Father and Son to be functions of the one God. This doctrine was adopted as Modalism in Rome but it was biblically incoherent and had to be adapted to become Binitarianism from the Council of Nicaea in 325 CE, and then rejected as heresy from 327, and then Trinitarianism in 381 CE from Constantinople. By the third and fourth century the priests of Attis in Rome were complaining that Christianity had stolen its doctrines (cf. the paper The Origins of Christmas and Easter (No. 235)).

John 12:44 shows Christ was sent by God.

John 12:44 Jesus cried and said, He that believeth on me, believeth not on me, but on him that sent me. (KJV)

This implies a dispatch. Radical Unitarians say it was in a notional sense from the womb. Others vary the relationship trying to accommodate the notion of one true God yet maintain the obvious problematic notion of two beings, one subordinate to the other. However, John 3:17 shows he was sent into the world by the Father thus demonstrating pre-existence.

John 3:17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. (KJV)

The notion here of sent needs to be examined in the Greek. The word is SGD 649 apostello meaning to set apart or send out on a mission. The concept of dispatch is also involved and is the sense in the Concordant Literal New Testament. The word SGD 3992 pempo is also involved in the texts meaning to dispatch. The concept from the usage and forms conveys the concept to dispatch by orderly motion on a temporary errand.

This is the concept conveyed in the forms used concerning the actions of God in the human field. Christ's incarnation was a temporary errand for God in the ongoing plan of salvation.

There are, however, a number of important texts, which declare the pre-existence of Christ and explain the relationship. A major example is Philippians 2:5-7. It is obscured badly in the KJV for Trinitarian reasons but the RSV appears to be a more honest translation.

Philippians 2:5-10 Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, 6 who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, 7 but emptied himself, taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. 8 And being found in human form he humbled himself and became obedient unto death, even death on a cross. 9 Therefore God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name which is above every name, 10 that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, (RSV)

The text has express meaning for the text in Hebrews. This is a clear statement that Christ was in the form or morphe of God but did not think equality with God was a thing to be grasped at, or seized by force, as Satan had tried to do (cf. Isa. 14:12-14 and Ezek. 28:6-15). He then humbled (or emptied) himself, became a human, and suffered death on the stake or cross (see the paper The Cross: Its Origin and Significance (No. 39)). This text is a clear statement of the pre-existence of Christ. Another clear text is John 17:5.

John 17:5 And now, O Father, glorify thou me with thine own self with the glory which I had with thee before the world was. (KJV)

Thus, Christ claimed pre-existence in glory before the world came into being. Thus, he claimed a pre-existence at least equivalent to the sons of God present at the creation, as we see from Job 38:4-7.

Job 38:4-7 Where wast thou when I laid the foundations of the earth? declare, if thou hast understanding. 5 Who hath laid the measures thereof, if thou knowest? or who hath stretched the line upon it? 6 Whereupon are the foundations thereof fastened? or who laid the corner stone thereof; 7 When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy? (KJV)

We know Satan is the Light bearer or Morning Star of the planet and we know Christ is to succeed him as Morning Star. The texts indicate he claims pre-existence on a level with these beings (cf. the paper Lucifer: Light Bearer and Morning Star (No. 223)).

Other Creation texts attributed to Christ.

Heb 11:3 Through faith we understand that the worlds were created by the Word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.

The word translated as created is identified by Marshall as meaning adjusted (katertisthia) and the world is not adjusted but rather the ages (aionas). Thus the ages were adjusted by a word of God so that what is seen was made out of things which do not appear. This is a concept of creation activity by adjustment of space/time later in the sequence by delegation of God.

The creation by the one true God Eloah is fundamental to Job and also occurs in Proverbs 30:4-5 where it is Eloah that is identified as Father and Creator from the Hebrew text of verse 5.

"worthy art thou, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for thou didst create all things, and by thy will they existed and were created." (Rev 4:11).  The text in Revelation 4:11 that were rendered o Lord actually read our Lord and our God and verses 7-10 show that the council is worshipping God not Christ who is simply one of them and (from Rev. 5:6) was counted worthy to open the seals. It does not refer to Christ at all. Revelation 10:6 also shows that it is God that created the heavens and the earth. It is he that lives forever and ever.

Fortunately, in a few short years, it will be a criminal offence to mistranslate or forge Bible texts or to misrepresent their integrity. It will also be a criminal offence to advance idolatrous and false doctrines especially those of the Mystery and Sun Cults. We will know as we are known.

Wade Cox

Coordinator General Hear O Israel Yahovah our God, Yahovah is one. Eloah is Allah', Allah' is Eloah. We will all be Elohim.
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